After looking through my posts I’ve realized that I often forget to share guest posts that I write for other sites. I probably have a good 15 posts from this year that I’ve never shared. On top of that there’s an ever-growing list of things I never got around to blogging about. I’ve either shared sneak peeks or told you about them then never had a chance to write the post. Umm…yeah I’m going to be better about that! Let’s start with a Halloween guest post I wrote for my sweet friend Vanessa from See Vanessa Craft. So today I’m going to share with you an easy Halloween treat that’s perfect for Halloween parties or an everyday treat to enjoy with the kids. This Halloween Popcorn Recipe is quick to make and can be a great way to use up leftover Halloween candy.
Halloween Popcorn Recipe:
I began by popping 1/2 cup of popcorn kernels with 3 tablespoons of oil. Once my popcorn was ready I threw a quick dash of salt on top to help balance out the sweetness.
You could really add any toppings you’d like, for this particular recipe I used Wilton Candy Melts, candy corn, and various sprinkles. I melted the candy melts in separate bowls over a double broiler. Using a fork for each one I drizzled the candy melts on top of the popcorn. You could use a piping bag but this works just as well.
After I drizzled the candy melts I quickly added the candy corn and sprinkles on top. I had a little bit of melted candy leftover so I drizzled the remaining on top of everything. The candy melts will harden and then you’re ready to enjoy a tasty Halloween treat! My kids love this stuff and I like how easy it is to make.
Thanks for stopping by! I have some fun things planned for next week like a Scentsy giveaway, Jo-Ann’s Halloween craft and giveaway, my Halloween vignette, and more!